Rand Beers Interview NPR Senior Correspondent Juan Williams talks to Rand Beers about his controversial resignation as a counter-terrorism adviser to the White House. Beers, a Democrat who has worked in the White House for 35 years under four administrations, now works for presidential democratic candidate, Senator John Kerry.
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NPR Senior Correspondent Juan Williams talks to Rand Beers about his controversial resignation as a counter-terrorism adviser to the White House. Beers, a Democrat who has worked in the White House for 35 years under four administrations, now works for presidential democratic candidate, Senator John Kerry.